Flyer Cam

Mountain Top Cam

USASA SlopeStyle and Rail Jam Results

Here are the posted results from the Saturday, February 22 and Sunday, February 23 SlopeStyle and Rail Jam Events
Slope Style Results Rail Jam results

CMU Maverick Invitational

Race results from the CMU Maverick Invitational


Saturday, February 15, 2014
Men's GS Results Women's GS Results
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Men's Slalom Results Women's Slalom Results

Instructor Profiles

Powderhorn's Ski and Ride Center offers expert instruction from PSIA/AASI Certified pros. We are proud of our personal approach, low-key atmosphere and affordable pricing. If you are looking to learn a new sport, improve your skills or challenge yourself to become the best skier or snowboarder that you can, the Ski and Ride Center has the staff to help you achieve your goals.


Meet the Coaches:


Kate Belknap

 

Certification: Alpine III, Telemark III, CS I

Years Teaching: 24

Discipline(s): Alpine, Telemark

What makes you tick? Doing what I LOVE, which involves sliding on snow and sharing it with others!

Favorite Run: Upper Misery ->Diversion->Hooker Trees->Face of Hooligan

What is your teaching specialty? Hopefully I do it all well.


Austin Hadley


Certification: Snowboard Level II

Years Teaching: 9

Discipline(s): Snowboard, Alpine, Telemark

What’s for breakfast? Coffee

Favorite Run: B-L-E-M or Mudslide

What is your teaching specialty? Inspiring High Levels of Stoke


Aaron Danger Janss


Nickname:  Ajax

Certification:  "Born Skier"

Years Teaching:  4

Discipline:  Ski and Snowboard

What makes you tick?  My heart

Favorite Run:  Broken Heart - Moonlight Basin

What is your teaching specialty?  Taking people who know how to ski and make them faster.


Chuck Johnson


Certification: Level II Alpine

Years Teaching: 28

Discipline(s): Alpine

What's on your iPod right now? Classic Rock and Country

Favorite Run: Mad Dog Glade

What is your teaching specialty? Anyone that needs to overcome fears and others that wants to rise to the next level of skiing excellence


Stephen Latta


Nickname: Latta

Certification: Degree: Exercise Science- Sports Administration; Minor: Coaching; ASEP Coaching

Years Teaching: 5

Discipline(s): Snowboarding

What makes you tick? My passions! Soccer, Snowboarding, Sportbike

What's on your MP3 Player? Electronic Dance Music (FIST PUMPIN!)

Favorite Run: THE NUT! Bills to Lower Equalizer to Midway Parks

What is your teaching specialty?  My teaching specialty is any level of rider who is motivated and enthusiastic about snowboarding as much as I am. If you’re a beginner and excited to learn or if you’re an advanced rider and excited to learn, I’m excited to teach you. Lower levels, upper levels, all mountain, or park! Bring it! 


Lucas H. Martin


Nickname: Luke

Certification: PSIA Level 3, Eastern Education Staff

Years Teaching:  24

Discipline:  Alpine

What's for breakfast:  Oatmeal, yogurt, fruit, Hazelnut Coffee

Favorite Run:  Avalanche

Secret Stash:  West Wind

Powder or Park?  PowDA

What is your teaching specialty?  I like helping those that want to improve.


Sarah Summers
 

Nickname: Belagio

Years Teaching: 3

Discipline(s): Snowboarding

What makes you tick?  Good coffee, good friends, good food, good powder, goodies!
What's on your iPod right now? I prefer to listen to nature and the sound that my board makes in the snow. I feel closer to the mountain when I am riding in its element.

Favorite Run: Mudslide

Secret stash: Picnic Rock

What is your teaching specialty? Teaching beginners safety and control on a board.


Sylvia Wilhelm


Certification: Level I

Years Teaching: 4

Discipline(s): Alpine

What makes you tick? Fun and creativity

Powder or Park? Powder!!!!!

What is your teaching specialty?  Making you feel comfortable on your skies and having fun.




 

Home Loan Business League Results

Thank you to all of our sponsors that helped put on Business League this season! It would be not be possible without the help of Home Loan State Bank, Community Hospital, and Canyon Wind Cellars! Shoutout to Mountain Khaki's, Loki, Field to Fork CSA, and Bin 707 for the wonderful prizes throughout the season as well. Congratulations to the Hilltop for coming in 1st this season, while CMU came in 2nd and PRC in 3rd! Look forward to next season!

You have until Sunday at 5:00 pm after the race to make any changes or protests regarding the results.
after that, results will be considered final.


Results for the Home Loan State Bank Business League races are now posted!

Race #5 (Finale) - Friday, March 11, 2016

Individ. Results Handicap Individ. Results No Handicap Team Results Team Standing

 

Race #4 - Friday, February 26, 2016

Individ. Results Handicap Individ. Results No Handicap Team Results Team Standing

 

Race #3 - Friday, February 5, 2016

Individ. Results Handicap Individ. results no handicap Team Results Team Standing
 

Race #2 - Friday, January 22, 2016

Individ. Results Hanicap Individ. Results No Handicap Team Results Team Standing


Race #1 - Friday, January 8, 2016

 
Individ. Results Handicap Individ. Results No Handicap Team Results Team Standing

The New Drop Zone

Powderhorn's newest non-ski activity

COSMIC Series – Divine Incline Race Results

Race results are in.

Thank you to all who came out for the second annual COSMIC Series - Devine Incline race! We will see you next year.


Race Results

The Drop Zone

New Powderhorn Bag Jump

Smart Style

FOUR MAIN PARTS OF SMART STYLE




Make A Plan

  • Every time you use freestyle terrain, make a plan for each feature you want to use. Your speed, approach and take off will directly affect your maneuver and landing.

Look Before You Leap

  • Before getting into freestyle terrain observe all signage and warnings
  • Scope around the jumps first not over them
  • Use your first run as a warm up run and to familiarize yourself with the terrain
  • Be aware that the features change constantly due to weather, usage, grooming and time of day
  • Do not jump blindly and use a spotter when necessary

Easy Style It

  • Know your limits and ski/ride within your ability level
  • Look for small progression parks or features to begin with and work your way up
  • Freestyle skills require maintaining control on the ground and in the air
  • Do not attempt any features unless you have sufficient ability and experience to do so safely
  • Inverted aerials increase your risk of injury and are not recommended

Respect Gets Respect

  • Respect the terrain and others (freestyle terrain is for everyone regardless of equipment or ability)
  • One person on a feature at a time
  • Wait your turn and call your start
  • Always clear the landing area quickly
  • Respect all signs and stay off closed terrain and features
Be sure you Know the Code: Your Responsibility Code provides safety tips while on the slopes. Smart Style is a terrain park specific safety program that you should check out before using terrain parks.

Slope Safety

Common Sense, it's one of the most important things to keep in mind and practice when on the slopes. The National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) believes education, helmet use, respect and common sense are very important when cruising down the mountain. NSAA developed Your Responsibility Code to help skiers and boarders be aware that there are elements of risk in snowsports that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce.

For a full list of all the National Ski Area Association safety objectives, please click here.

Powderhorn Mountain Resort is committed to promoting slope safety. In addition to those using traditional alpine ski equipment, others on the slopes include snowboarders, telemark skiers or cross-country skier, skiers with disabilities, skiers with specialized equipment and others. Always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing and snowboarding that common sense and personals awareness can help reduce. Know your ability level and stay within it. Observe Your Responsibility Code listed below and share with others on the slopes the responsibility for a great snowsports experience.
  

Seven Points to Your Responsibility Code
  • Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects
  • People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them
  • You must not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above
  • Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others
  • Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment
  • Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas
  • Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely
KNOW THE CODE: IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
Colorado Ski Safety Act

The Colorado legislature, recognizing risks that are inherent in the sport, has passed the Colorado Ski Safety Act which provides inherent risks of the sport and relative responsibilities of the skier; and the ski area. You must obey the Act. Under the Act, any person using the facilities of a ski area is considered a skier. A summary of the inherent risks is listed below:

Warning - Under Colorado law, a skier assumes the risk of any injury to person or property resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of skiing and may not recover from any ski area operator for any injury resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of skiing, including: changing weather conditions; existing and changing snow conditions; bare spots; rocks; stumps; trees; collisions with natural objects, man-made objects, or other skiers; variations in terrain; and the failure of skiers to ski within their own abilities.

The Ski Safety Act was amended in 2004 to include CLIFFS, EXTREME TERRAIN, JUMPS AND FREESTYLE TERRAIN as inherent dangers and risks of the sport.

Skiers and Riders should be advised that a green circle, blue square, or black diamond trail at Powderhorn Mountain Resort is not necessarily the same as a green circle, blue square or black diamond trail at other resorts. The system is a relative rating of trails at each resort and does not compare trail difficulty between resorts. Skiers and Riders should begin with the easiest terrain and then move up in difficulty as their ability permits in order to understand the relative rating at Powderhorn Mountain Resort.

Electronic Devices - Powderhorn Mountain Resort strongly discourages the use of electronic devices including cell phones, personal entertainment and communication devices, and any other electronic equipment that utilizes head/ear phones while skiing and snowboarding, or loading and unloading lifts.

Lift Safety - Under Colorado law, you cannot board a lift unless you have sufficient physical dexterity, ability and knowledge to negotiate or to use such lift safely, or until you have asked for and received information sufficient to enable you to use the lift safely. You may not use a lift or any ski trail when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. When riding lifts with children, you are encouraged to be especially mindful of the safety needs of younger guests. Be sure to use the safety bar, and make sure all lift passengers understand how to safely load and unload. For more information on child lift safety, visit www.kidsonlifts.org.

Caution - Snowcats, snowmobiles and snowmaking may be encountered at any time.

Slow Zones - Certain areas (indicated on the map in yellow) are designated as SLOW ZONES. Please observe the posted slow areas by maintaining a speed no faster than the general flow of traffic. Space and speed are especially important in these areas. Fast and aggressive skiing will not be tolerated.


Leashes - Leashes are required for snowboards and ski bikes at the resort.
 

Powderhorn Drone Policy

Due to safety and privacy concerns, Powderhorn Mountain Resort prohibits the operation or use on or above Resort property of unmanned aerial systems, or drones, by the general public - inluding model aircraft by recreational users and hobbyists - without the prior written authorization from Powderhorn Mountain Resort. This prohibition includes drones used for filming or videotaping, as well as as any drone use by media our jounalists operating above or within the area boundaries. This prohibition extends to any devices launched or operated from Resort property, as well as any launched from private property outside of the Resort boundaries. Please contact a resort representative if you you have any questions or if you seek prior authorization to operate any such devices. Any authorized operation of drones on or above Resort property will be governed by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations, local law enforcement, and/or U.S. Forest Service rules, as well as those policies separately established by this Resort, which may include certification, training, insurance coverage, indemnification requirements, and waivers or releases of liability. Any violation of this policy may involve suspension of your access privileges to the Resort, or the revocation of your season pass, as well as confiscation of any prohibited equipment, and may subject violators to any liability for damages, including, but not limited to, damages for trespass, violations of privacy, and physical injuries to persons and/or property, as well as legal fees.

Opening Day 2013

2013 Opening Day

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